1st in 1973, a gift from my wife. I had seen them for years and always wanted on but never made that BIG step. Lava lamps are something you really need to own to appreciate. My daughter-in-law thought they were somewhat whacky until I gave her one I bought from the Goodwill. It has now become a very important part of their house.
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Hi! Are you interested in all sizes of globes/bases? What about bottles and extra bases? Since I create my own lamps I have TONS of this stuff that I am not using. Just let me know what you are wanting and I will get a very nice lot together for you!
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